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sorrow |ˈsärō|

1. A feeling of deep distress caused by loss, disappointment, or other misfortune suffered by oneself or others.
2. An event or circumstance that causes such a feeling.
3. The outward expression of grief; lamentation.

verb [ no obj. ]
1. feel or display deep distress: (as adj. sorrowing) .

ORIGIN Old English sorh, sorg, sorgian, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch zorg and German Sorge .

Sorrow is mourning and lamenting the secure, confident man my Husband used to be before my affairs.  All the while secretly hoping to God that my Husband may once again look at me with unblemished adoration, yet knowing He never will.